Exclusive Interview: The Death And Life Of Schneider Wrack Author Nate Crowley

Nate Crowley The Death And Life Of Schneider Wrack

In some zombie stories, the living try to use the undead as a workforce. Though usually just as protection, as an early warning system, or as an army. But in his new novel The Death And Life Of Schneider Wrack ...CONTINUE

Exclusive Interview: Dark Sky Author Mike Brooks

Mike Brooks Dark Run Dark Sky Dark Deeds

One of my favorite novels from 2016 was Mike Brooks’ sci-fi novel Dark Run. With the sequel, Dark Sky (paperback, digital), now out in the U.S., and a third installment, Dark Deeds (paperback, digital ...CONTINUE

Exclusive Interview: An Oath Of Dogs Author Wendy N Wagner

Wendy N Wagner An Oath Of Dogs

When George Lucas was writing the first Star Wars movie, he based the character of Chewbacca on his dog, who would sit in the passenger seat of Lucas’ car whenever they’d drive somewhere. But Jorge isn’t the first to incorporate ...CONTINUE

Exclusive Interview: The Clockwork Dynasty Author Daniel H Wilson

Daniel H Wilson The Clockwork Dynasty

Given that he has a hard sci-fi writer best known for his robot revolt novels Robopocalypse and Robogenesis, you’d be forgiven for thinking that Daniel H Wilson’s new novel has mechanical men rising up against their human overlords. But ...CONTINUE

Exclusive Interview: Tropic Of Kansas Author Christopher Brown

Christopher Brown Tropic Of Kansas

In the aftermath of the 2016 presidential election, sales of such dystopian novels as Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale and George Orwell’s 1984 spiked. Though if you’ve already read them, but still need something dark to sooth your soul, I ...CONTINUE

Exclusive Interview: The Punch Escrow Author Tal M Klein

Tal M Klein The Punch Escrow

A few years ago, in the science section of The New York Times, a physicist explained that the transporters from Star Trek were technically impossible. But while this is an assertion that writer Tal M Klein agrees with, that ...CONTINUE